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Methley is a suburb in south-east Leeds, West Yorkshire. Methley is neighboured by Rothwell, Swillington, Kippax, Allerton Bywater and Castleford. Approximately 8 miles away from Leeds city centre, Methley enjoys a village-like atmosphere.
Methley has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include Lidl, Morrison, Asda Normaton Supermarket, Asda Glasshoughton Superstore and Iceland Foods. In Methley there is the Ladybirds Private Day Nursery & Pre-school, Methley Primary School, The Lane Ends Academy, Brigshaw Haigh School, Royds School, Great Preston C of E Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Methley has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A639 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus routes 189 and 410 arrive in Leeds City Centre and only take approximately 29 minutes.
Methley postcode: LS26
The village of Methley has a long coal-mining history. At one time there were five operating mines in Methley: Saville Colliery, Methley Junction, Foxholes (Scholey Hill), Newmarket and Newmarket Silkstone. The last of the mines was closed in the mid-1980’s.
The annual Scarecrow Festival has taken place in Methley for 12 years now. The village of Methley is decorated with scarecrows by residents, often to a theme that changes year on year. The ‘Scarecrow HQ’ is the place where people can go and enjoy the festival with food, drinks, activities and games.
Methley has a cricket club (Methley Cricket Club) and a football club (Methley United A.F.C). The Methley Warriors A.R.L.F.C and the Methley Royals R.L.F.C are the village rugby league teams.
The trans Pennine Trail is a normal coast to coast route for recreational walking and cycling. Part of this route runs through Methley village, mostly along the Aire and Calder Navigation (Leeds Country Way). This part of the trail is well sign posted with attractive sculptures and gates and are not too difficult to walk or cycle.